The photos of wreath-making steps were taken spread out all through a few days. First was the painting and then a week or so later two days of actual wreath-making. One of those days was Thanksgiving, so my hubby was home to help out! There were also plenty of interruptions.
Make sure before you start a project that you have a space to work in- I just started on the floor where my computer is (this is our dining room, but since our table is in the kitchen/family room area, we made this into sort of an office for now where the family computer lives). It was like a ribbon, fabric and glittery decoration explosion. Not to mention a couple of dangerous objects like wire cutters, scissors, and a hot glue gun thrown into the mix. Thankfully my kids weren't very interested in the danger this time.
|Don't go in, you might not come out!|
What the main playroom looked like while I was crafting:
I just found these funny photos from last February that I hadn't noticed before.
Notice the marker in her hand, and then the wall as she walked away.
A 1-year old got away with that right in front of my face!
Kids, always keeping it interesting.